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  1. Steal Thy Kill

    Mach Plays Diplomacy

    The Kaiser felt pretty guilty about being out of the country during this time, but Belgium had some pretty good waffles. It also helped that like half his country seemed to follow him. At first it was just those guilty Russian soldiers, but then an entire army showed up. It was kinda awkward...
  2. Steal Thy Kill

    Mach Plays Diplomacy

    Spring 1905 Note: Holland and Belgium attacked one another. Belgium won, because it had support and Holland didn't. Deep in Moscow, there was a place so decrepit and vile that men feared to speak of it. Those who visited did so unwillingly, and suppressed all memories of it. It was not...
  3. Steal Thy Kill

    Mach Plays Diplomacy

    1905 Start So, I think I've said it elsewhere, but we've reached the end of what I consider "Phase 1" of Diplomacy. Just based on the map, there tends to be three initial battlegrounds in this phase. First is Scandinavia (Denmark, Sweden, Norway, and St. Petersburg are the central supply...
  4. Steal Thy Kill

    Mach Plays Diplomacy

    Fall 1904, End As the Austria-Hungarians wintered in Munich after their crushing loss at Beerfest, the sailors in the Tsar's southern fleet were evicted from Bulgaria. While they could have retreated to Rumania or returned to the Black Sea, instead servicemen deserted in droves rather than...
  5. Steal Thy Kill

    Mach Plays Diplomacy

    Fall 1904 Note: York is supporting North Sea to Edinburgh, the dotted line is just obscured. That support is not cut by Milamber's attack as a unit can't cut support that's being poured into its own province - specifically for circumstances like this. Once again, TC's army in Budapest has...
  6. Steal Thy Kill

    Mach Plays Diplomacy

    Spring 1904, End The Archduke's scheming had come back to bite him in the ass - and not in a fun way. The Sultan, Tsar, and Il Duce had carved up his empire, and while he had reoccupied Budapest that army was surrounded by hostiles. There were good odds it would not survive the year. Trieste...
  7. Steal Thy Kill

    Mach Plays Diplomacy

    SWEET NEW RULE: So I keep getting questions about this, but to make it clear, no screenshots or complete transcriptions whatsoever, regardless of if it's from what you said, somebody else said, or I said. The guiding principle is: People must take you at your word. Your word, and what you've...
  8. Steal Thy Kill

    Mach Plays Diplomacy

    Fall 1903: Builds Well apparently scholars are morons who didn't see or know about the publicly leaked PHAIR Trade Deal which explains why Van Jasper did what he did. He actually did sell Budapest to the Tsar, who then promptly screwed him over by not fulfilling his end of the bargain...
  9. Steal Thy Kill

    Mach Plays Diplomacy

    Fall 1903: Retreats It was not a matter of if England would fall, but when, Lord Lamber knew. General de Thom had them surrounded. However, the Prime Minister was proud of how he handled his situation, even if his Cabinet was not. They pretended that French victory had not been inevitable...
  10. Steal Thy Kill

    Mach Plays Diplomacy

    Personally, I'm laughing. I love this shit.
  11. Steal Thy Kill

    Mach Plays Diplomacy

    Fall 1903: Resolved Clarifications: The reason Italy's fleet from Tunis to the Ionian failed is because the rule against self-dislodgement. The movement into Greece failed, so even though the Tunis movement had enough power to succeed, Italy can't boot out Italy from a space. Auto-fails...
  12. Steal Thy Kill

    Mach Plays Diplomacy

    Spring 1903: Resolved The Invasion of Great Britain: Spring 1903 The Defense of Scottish Independence -Germany vs England (Support Cut by France). 1v1. Result: Scotland Remains Free Lord Myles Lamber was presented with a choice. Return the Scottish back to the fold, or oust the French from...
  13. Steal Thy Kill

    Mach Plays Diplomacy

    Hey guys totally didn't forget about this today Oh look some people built some stuff and some other people had to scrap their fleets because boats are expensive amirite? Anyway, since Van Jasper's two year plan to find a half-decent sandwich finally paid off, he got rewarded with a budget...
  14. Steal Thy Kill

    Mach Plays Diplomacy

    Wow TC, way to make this all about yourself.
  15. Steal Thy Kill

    Mach Plays Diplomacy

    Rule Clarification: Was brought to my attention that I forgot to put this in the OP, so my bad, but a clarification on support. What you are supporting the unit to do must match what the unit was ordered to do. Can't support a unit to attack a different territory than it's going to (even if you...
  16. Steal Thy Kill

    Mach Plays Diplomacy

    Spring 1902: Resolved In Berlin Palace, there was a room plastered with maps, paperwork, and plain furniture. It was not very large, despite its importance, but it was enough to fit the six men it needed to. They ran all the armies and navies of a nation from this room. Simple, but that was...
  17. Steal Thy Kill

    Mach Plays Diplomacy

    Spring 1902: Begin General Renaud de Thom watched as the most pretentious man he ever met engaged in some of the most repulsive pageantry the military had to offer. It was also a pitiful waste of champagne. He supposed it was better than decades past, when the idea of baptising a ship before...
  18. Steal Thy Kill

    Mach Plays Diplomacy

    1901: Build Phase Scattered and evicted, the army of Trieste flees the province. They cannot look to the Tyrolian Alps, and look to retreat home. A rider comes from the Hofburg with orders to retreat to Budapest. The Austrian army arrives in the city, just ahead of winter. In Vienna, Van...
  19. Steal Thy Kill

    Mach Plays Diplomacy

    Fall 1901: Resolved "Your highness, while we do not challenge your leadership over military affairs, I speak on behalf of both of your legislatures when I question what was to be gained by our military's ventures this season," spoke the head of the Hungarian Diet. He looked to his Austrian...
  20. Steal Thy Kill

    Mach Plays Diplomacy

    Was really tempted to start posting in dutch or something, but that'd be just too obnoxious. Spring 1901: Resolved At the beginning of the year, Archduke Jasper - heir to the Austria-Hungarian Empire - made a public plea for diplomatic partners, and in return the Teal Tsar of Russia made an...
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